La regulación en materia contable contenida en la legislación cooperativa: análisis comparado
Co-operative societies, conceived generally as an enterprise, are subject to the accounting norms contained in mercantile law. Likewise, the legislation for co-operatives, whether national or regional, establishes the obligation to make accounts in accordance with accounting rules, respecting the peculiarities contained in co-operative law. These peculiarities have provoked creation of draft Rules on accounting aspects of co-operatives by the Accounting and Auditing Institute (ICAC), published in the B.O.I.C.A.C. nº 49, of March 2002. This paper carries out a comparative analysis of the accounting regulations contained in co-operative law, and based on this analysis draws some conclusions over the method considered most appropriate to regulate the accounting content in the said co-operative law, bearing in mind that accounting rules are the exclusive competence of the state.
Volume (Year): (2003)
Issue (Month): 45 (August)
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